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  • Maine

    People sometimes ask me why I like mammal watching. While most seem to understand the thrill of seeing a wild elephant or a tiger, there seems less conviction in their nods when I try to capture the excitement of finding a rare species of rat in the trap, or the thrill of crawling through a culvert to look at a bat. Funny that. So when I sense my audience is unconvinced I change tack to explain that mammal watching takes me to some fabulous places and, increasingly I realise, introduces me to some great people...

  • Maryland

    I lived in Maryland for four months in 1989 and have returned several times but never to mammalwatch. I’ve included community reports from those that have.

  • Massachusetts

    Cynde’s been on about 2000 trips over 20 years and has seen Sei Whales just 10 – 15 times, and seen them skim feeding only once. Northern Right Whales, while regular during the start of the season until mid May - when they head up to the Bay of Fundy – are more common. But she’d never seen them skim feeding.

  • Montana

    Montana is perhaps my favourite state in the lower 48, though I've hardly spent any time there. In 2010 I stayed in Gardiner Montana for just a night during a trip to Yellowstone (see the Wyoming page for details of Yellowstone NP). In 2014 I returned for 3 nights for a trip to Glacier National Park and then south to Billings.

  • Nevada

    In August 2010 I visited the Spring Mountains (about an hour from Vegas) for a night on the advice of John Fox to look for Palmer's and Panamint Chipmunks. John's advice was perfect and Matt Miller and I found both species within a few minutes of looking in the early morning.

  • New Hampshire

    I visited the Esther Currier Wildlife Management Area, near New London, in December 2013, after reading Vladimir's report. I wasn't as lucky as he was, though it was well below freezing, there was snow on the ground and freezing drizzle which didn't help I am sure. I tried though, but during four hours in the afternoon and after dark I didn't see any mammals.

  • New Jersey

    Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, not far from Newark Airport, seems a reasonably reliable spot to see Woodland Voles. Vladimir Dinets photographed one in the snow here: feeding on food that had dropped off of the bird feeder in the small garden behind the Helen read more

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